ESPboy is an open-source, portable, modular, hackable gadget you can build yourself for 12$ in 1 hour to use as a retro game console or as an IoT platform for STEM education and fun.
ESPboy original modules attached to the core device after uploading corresponding firmware via WiFi will turn it to the completely new gadget in a minute: game console, meteo-station, GPS navigator, mobile phone, FM-radio, mp3 player and more.
With built-in WiFi, you’ll be able to upload firmware/apps directly from the internet, communicate with people and connect to web services.
ESPboy is compatible with the Arduino, Micropython and other IDEs and ecosystems for making games and applications.
There is an extension header for easy connection of sensors, actuators, and original ESPboy modules.
Size 30х70mm, ESP8266 80/160Mhz, 4/16Mb, WiFi, color LCD 128x128 or b/w OLED 128x64, neopixel RGB led, HQ speaker, 8 buttons, extension header (with i2c, SPI, UART, gpios), 600mAh battery.
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